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Business Law

Business law refers to the body of laws that govern the formation, operation, and dissolution of businesses. This includes issues such as contracts, employment law, intellectual property, taxation, and securities regulation, among others. 

SPECIAL REPORT – CTA EFFECTIVE 1/1/2024 – CTA Imposes New Small Business Reporting Requirements for 2024

The Corporate Transparency Act takes effect January 1, 2024, requiring many small businesses that were formed through filings with the Secretary of State to report certain information to the Federal Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Read on to learn what types of businesses are affected and whether you are required to report.

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Mitigating Business Risks: Legal Strategies for Businesses

It’s important to identify and mitigate certain legal risks for businesses. Inside, we’ll discuss some common legal pitfalls, such as regulatory compliance, contractual disputes, and employee-related issues. You’ll find advice on how businesses may be able to proactively manage and reduce these risks.

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Using ChatGPT: Benefits and Risks for Businesses

No technology in recent memory has generated more hype, both positive and negative, than ChatGPT. ChatGPT is probably the most well-known of many generative artificial …

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Essential Parts of Every Contract

Contracts are the foundation of modern business relationships. Having a better understanding of contract law will help you to identify your rights and obligations under an agreement and prevent legal conflicts.

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